Google's building a new city and using the power of the crowd to do it. Begs the question – is open innovation the future of city planning?
SoundCloud is on the brink of extinction, can open innovation help them build a better product?
L’Oreal is a the world’s NO.1 beauty brand that emphasized both internal and external open innovation. However, innovation from both parties may sometimes cause misalignment of interest.
Could open innovation initiatives allow U.S. governmental agencies to tackle intractable problems more quickly and cost effectively? Could the U.S. government effectively transition to open platforms to address its most contentious and politicized challenges?
An example of Open Innovation applied to Non-Profit Organization and Beyond
Crowdsourcing product design and feedback to drive innovation in a rapidly evolving retail landscape
In an era where personal newsfeed, tweets, and entertainment rule the day, Kialo looks to put reason at the heart of debate through its online platform for critical thinking and discussion.
“By accelerating the development of groundbreaking products and services, we know that we can help to keep Barclays at the cutting edge of financial services, all while helping to revolutionize the industry” – Michael Harte, Chief Operation and Technology Officer.
How the US government is relying on open innovation to combat cyberterrorism
Hyperloop – most people have an opinion about the technical feasibility of Elon Musk's space-age proposal transportation. Setting this discussion aside for a moment, consider an equally fundamental question: how would you even fund it, much less run one profitably? Enter the Virgin Hyperloop One Global Challenge, an open innovation competition to crowdsource a startup's commercialization plan. Thoughts welcome 🙂